New Year Poems In English
New Year Poems In English This is the time to have fun with friends and family members. What can be the right way to spread the spirit of the New Year and share a sense of enthusiasm and encouragement on this beautiful day? New year poems, famous new year poems, short new year poems.
What can be said in New Year rhymes,
That’s not been said a thousand times?
The new years come, the old years go,
We know we dream, we dream we know.
We rise laughing with the light,
We lie down weeping with the night.
We hug the world until it stings,
We curse it then and sigh for wings.
We live, we love, we woo, we wed,
We wreathe our pride; we sheet our dead.
We laugh, we weep, we hope, we fear,
And that’s the burden of a year.
*Ηappy, Happy Νew Year! WΕ wish you Αll the Βest,
Great wοrk to reach yοur fondest goals,
Αnd when you are done, sweet rest.
WΕ hope for yοur fulfilment, Cοntentment, peace Αnd more,
Α brighter, Βetter new year Τhan You have ever had Βefore.
Happy Νew Year!
*My New Year Solutions, Not Resolutions
This year I want to be a monkey
Jumping from tree to tree
Next year I can be a donkey
Braying from sky to sea.
Every year I want to change
And experience something new
I wish I am something strange
Like the disappearing dew.
I want to feel the life of a lion king
Sitting inside its majestic skin
Turning into a peacock, I will sing
And be a cuckoopea Siamese twin
Why can’t I be a bubble?
Blow away and disappear
Instead of getting into trouble
Making resolutions every year.
*Αnother year so good Αnother year is cοming to a Εnd,
Ηave you planned ωhere would yοu spend?
Τhis night is gοing to be Αwesome Βecause it will be the last day of the Υear Sο,
fοrget everything and dο cheer Βecause this year Ιs going,
Wait fοr another Βright start Where yοu would welcome Ιt from your Ηeart! Happy Νew Year!
*The rain this morning falls
on the last of the snow
And will wash it away. I can smell
the grass again, and the torn leaves
being eased down into the mud.
The few loves I’ve been allowed
To keep are still sleeping
on the West Coast. Here in Virginia
I walk across the fields with only
a few young cows for company.
Big-boned and shy,
they are like girls I remember
from junior high, who never
spoke, who kept their heads
Lowered and their arms crossed against their new breasts. Those girls
Are nearly forty now. Like me,
they must sometimes stand
at a window late at night, looking out
on a silent backyard, at one
a rusting lawn chair and the sheer walls
of other people’s houses.
They must lie down some afternoons
and cry hard for whoever used
to make them happiest,
and wonder how their lives
have carried them
this far without ever once
Explaining anything. I don’t know
why I’m walking out here
with my coat darkening
and my boots sinking in, coming up
with a mild sucking sound
I like to hear. I don’t care.
where those girls are now.
Whatever they’ve made of it
They can have. Today I want
to resolve nothing.
I only want to walk
a little longer in the cold
blessing of the rain,
and lift my face to it
New Year Poems By Famous Poets
It’s a new year
Let’s give a cheer
Send New Year PoemsPour us some wine
And maybe some beer
Get all your friends
Party till the day ends
Then the ball will drop
And the balloons will pop
It will be 2020
Give me a high five
Another year passes
Through life’s glasses
Happy New Year!
Wishing all my lovely friends a happiest New Year
I can’t wait to begin yet another yet full of adventures, fun and laughter
Let us all come together as we dance into the New Year
Wishing all my family members a happiest New Year.
Goodbye 2019, and welcome 2020,
Let us bid adieu
Here’s to hoping for the best 365 days ahead
And all the best to you!
Many of us are dreamers, in 2020, become doers.
Make your thoughts actions and become pursuers.
Don’t make resolutions without an action plan.
The secret to success is right in your hands.
Thomas Edison discovered more than 1000 ways, to not invent the bulb of light,
But eventually, through sweat, he found the solution to get it just right.
If he had stopped at nine hundred ninety-nine,
You’d be reading in the dark, and might miss a line.
Take the first step, do something outrageous,
The act of doing will become quite contagious.
Accomplishments will come closer each day,
Don’t just wish, but act and pray!
Don’t let pride ever cause you to stumble,
Baby steps still progress and keeps us humble.
It’s better to move slowly than to turn or hide,
Keep your eyes focused; let God be your guide.
At the end of the year, you’ll discover you’ve been moving,
Much closer to the goals, you have always been pursuing.
It won’t all happen on January one,
But with faith, hope, and action, you will get the job done.